This 164 ft. long ferry was built in Collingwood, Ontario in 1946 and named “Ottawa Maybrook” and was destined to China as a gift, however this was not completed when China became communist. The Wolfe Islander II was then converted to a car ferry and she serviced Wolfe Island to Kingston for many years and was intentionally sunk September 21, 1985 as a diving site.
Resting in 80 ft. of water she is normally buoyed for visitor divers.

 Dive site description
 Object description
 Lake / river  Lake Ontario  Official name  Wolf Islander II
 GPS Coordinates  N44 13.5580
W76 24.9860
 Also known as  –
 Access  Boat  Type  Ferry
 Description  Shipwreck  Material  Steel
 Min. / max. depth  40-80 ft  Propulsion  Propeller
 Visibility  15-50 ft  Cargo  None
 Current  None  Built by / at  Collingwood, Ontario
 Level  All levels  Built / lauch date  Marsh 21st, 1946
 Thermocline  Yes (Deep)  Sunk / flooded September 21st, 1985
(scuttled)
 Bottom type  Silt  Dimensions  144 ft x 43 ft x 8 ft
 Boat traffic  None  Position  Upright
 Hazards  None